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I have created a employee registration form on a web page in aspx using c#
now i want to connect the form with ms-access database so that when i fill the form on the web page,all the entries must get filled in the database table.
also i should be able to insert,delete and search employee that is already present in db via user interface.
how can i do it?
Posted 17-Jan-13 5:22am
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Solution 1

By picking up a beginners book on ASP.NET and working through it.
 
Thruthfully, you did this backwards. You make the database FIRST, then write the UI to support what you're doing/tracking.
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Solution 2

Part of being a good programmer is being able to research and problem solve. If you had done a simple Google search you would have found thousands of examples of ASP.net pages using an MS Access Database backend.
 
Here is one I found right on Code Project: ASP.NET Guestbook using MS Access[^]
 
You will grow more as a programmer if you try to find things yourself first.
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